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Plovdiv, our last city before Istanbul and the end of this busabout trip, looked charming as we went out for an orientation walk. The soft late afternoon light filtered through onto the cobblestone streets, surrounded by restored 3 to 4 story buildings, now antique shops and gorgeously inviting outdoor cafes.
The streets were very busy …
... we had to all get off and give our passports again at the passport window. There is an entry visa for Turkey but I already got the evisa expecting a land border not to be as organized as the airport for such things.
Then we had to take our bags off and put them thru an xray scanner. Only two gypsy looking ladies had to open their plastic shopping bags even ...
... see the whole city. You could also see a Turkish Bath House (hammam) now used as a gallery but I didn't want to climb down or walk all the way there.
The tour ended and I made my way back slowly exploring places again. I was on my last 10 Lev ($6) and ...
I still needed food and didnt want to spend money. I found a kebab place where they serve it mixed with chips. It came in different sizes going up in increments of 1 Lev. I got the small for 2 Lev ($1.25) and wandered around the square waiting for the tour
The atmosphere was much more ...
Today we arrived in Plovdiv, one of the oldest cities in Europe. The city is laid out among 7 hills. One of the largest roman stadiums is located here and is still used on occasions. I had a great afternoon walking around the the city, and doing a little shopping with Tonja. Tonight we had dinner at a brewery and then went back to the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsExpo Hotel Plovdiv
Good Bed, Good Location, WIFI in room, Clean.
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